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LEMGO: Lemgo, Lippe (Brake?)

32657 North Rhine-Westphalia I and II. (Gerz, Peters).

Jewish Cemetery: Lemgo, Lippe. Formerly on the road Blomberger. Used about 1750 to 1922. No visible gravestones. After the sale of the cemetery about 1922, 12 gravestones were removed and used for a garden path (see Scheffler 2008 , p.66).
- History in Guenter 1973 , page 99
- History in splendor 1998 , S. 328th
- History in Scheffler 2008 , p.64-66


Old Cemetery: Located Ostertorwall, corner of Shepherd Street, formerly Knochenhauer Wall. Used 1721-Early 20th century. Visible gravestones: 8. During Kristallnacht in 1938, the gravestones in the cemetery were cleared. In 1940, the site was expropriated and annexed into the city ramparts. In spring 1948, the cemetery restored to a normal state. Since the gravestones no longer existed, 8 gravestones in the cemetery in Hohenhausen placed to be preserved (see at Scheffler 2008 , S.67f). . [Sep 2012]
- Approximately 1975-2000 by Heritage Office (Photos)
- History in Guenter 1973 , page 99
- History in Westphalia-Lippe 1987 , p.97
- Story building in 1994 Frenkel
- History in splendor 1998 , pp. 327-328
- History in Scheffler 2008 , pp. 64-68

New Cemetery: Located at Consul-Wolff-Stra├če. Used 1873-1950. Visible gravestones: over 100. [Sep 2012]
- Approximately 1975-2000 by Heritage Office (Photos)
- Story, photo in Boedeker 1978 , S. 274th
- History in Westphalia-Lippe 1987 , p.97
- History in splendor 1998 , pp. 328, 377
- History in Scheffler 2008 , p.64

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